[lek-si-kuh-lahyz] /ˈlɛk sɪ kəˌlaɪz/
verb (used with object), lexicalized, lexicalizing. Linguistics.
to convert (an affix, a phrase, etc.) into a item, as in using the suffix -ism as the noun ism.
to represent (a set of semantic features) by a item.
(linguistics) to form (a word or lexeme) or (of a word or lexeme) to be formed from constituent morphemes, words, or lexemes, as to form cannot from can and not
[lek-si-kuh l] /ˈlɛk sɪ kəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to the words or vocabulary of a language, especially as distinguished from its grammatical and syntactical aspects. 2. of, relating to, or of the nature of a . /ˈlɛksɪkəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to items of vocabulary in a language 2. of or relating […]
noun 1. the meaning of a base morpheme. noun 1. the meaning of a word in relation to the physical world or to abstract concepts, without reference to any sentence in which the word may occur Compare grammatical meaning, content word
- Lexical scope
programming (Or “static scope”) When the scope of an identifier is fixed at compile time to some region in the source code containing the identifier’s declaration. This means that an identifier is only accessible within that region (including procedures declared within it). This contrasts with dynamic scope where the scope depends on the nesting of […]
- Lexical order
noun 1. the arrangement of a set of items in accordance with a recursive algorithm, such as the entries in a dictionary whose order depends on their first letter unless these are the same in which case it is the second which decides, and so on